NEW Road Captain for Dynas and Sportsters!
Just a sampling of Road Captain product shots. The "on bike" shots really do a good job of highlighting how the unpainted fairing matches well with the Vivid Black paint right out of the box.
Amazing what Reiss Cycle did for their customer in creating this Sportster Trike. Thanks for including us in the project!
Thanks to James Creech for submitting photos of his FXDC Dyna Custom project, fresh from paint. Looking good!
Thanks to Bill Eddleman for sending us pics of his nice Forty-Eight with a Road Captain fairing. From Bill: "I can't believe how well the fairing fits and really easy to install."
Thanks to Dorie Markwalder's husband, Thomas, for sending these photos of her clean Breakout. He reports the following: "People ask about it everywhere we go. My wife is really digging on "less wind, less bugs". Good job man!" Thanks Thomas!
Ryan Farley submitted these beautiful shots of his Dyna Wide Glide with full stereo Road Captain Fairing.
Thanks to Michael Lesenne for bringing his nice Triumph Thunderbird up here from Portland and leaving it with me for a few weeks so that I could develop the mounting kit for our Road Captain fairing fitment. I'm really happy with how it turned out and am looking forward to offering production parts soon. And I enjoyed the test ride too - that Tbird is a fast, smooth, stable ride! Thanks again Mike!
Michael Wagner sent in some nice photos of his 09 Dyna Lowrider with Road Captain fairing. This is the first 2-tone paint job we've done - it's Light Candy Rootbeer/Dark Candy Rootbeer. Looks great in those colors. It's a Lowrider Bagger!
This is a Rocker but it has a Standard Softail front end with raked triple trees. If you're thinking of a Road Captain fairing and wondering how it looks with raked trees on either a Softail or Dyna Wide Glide, this gives you a pretty good idea. This is the same front end (with 41mm forks) used on FX Softails and Dyna Wide Glides prior to 2006.
Thanks to Roger Fabiano for sending in these photos of his sweet 883 Iron! Looks great with the bags and fairing. He has a sweet side-mount spedometer set-up to make it work with our inner fairing as well. Looks great!
Okay, so it's not a TRADITIONAL Road King. But it's a great example of what Ken's Custom Paint and Graphics can do in the Trike Conversion and Paint arenas. Not just an incredibly well versed paint shop, Ken's is also a full service garage and retailer.
Wow, a stunner from Joe @ Kewl Metal, sporting our Smoothies saddle bags along side Kewl Metals own, bolt on, 45 degree rake front end, and their Kamillion 26" front wheel. that's right 26! Watch out, when this Road King hits the road it leaves bystanders with sore necks.
Imagine my surprise, showing up at the Custom Chrome Europe Dealer Show, when I laid my eyes on their 40th anniversary bike! Stunning! Thanks guys!
Thanks to Jimmy Barfield - aka Rusty - for sending these photos of his sweet 2014 Road King, with the following comment: "Love the fairing and as I mentioned before very impressed and pleased with the quality. You guys do good work! Thanks much."
ALOHA! Hailing from Hawaii, Steve cruises the islands AND the mainland in style on his spotless Screamin Eagle Roadking. A great example of our paint-to-match capabilities. Thanks for the pics Steve!
Brad was the first to snatch up a set of Smoothies after seeing us in Reno. He opted for the Smoothies AND a Dead Center Fairing for his pristine Road King Classic. Thanks Brad!
WOW! Kudos to Kartunes for integrating a touchscreen beautifully into the Dead Center Fairing. And the paint? "Amazing" comes to mind. Thanks guys! You can find Kartunes contact info by selecting the "Dealers" tab at the top of this page.
It just looks RIGHT. Right? Thanks Chuck for these pics of your RK Classic. The Red Hot Sunglo looks beautiful!
A nice flaming blue RK from our dealer; Coshocton Collision Center. Nice work! You can find Coshocton Collision Center's contact info by selecting the "Dealers" tab at the top of this page.
Once again, Mike McCann retools his Roadking (Stunningly I might add) with Custom Performance, out of Phoenix AZ!
Another happy customer, Gordy Garvey, sent us these pics of his immaculate Screamin Eagle RK. Thanks Gordy!
A nice RK dressed up by McCulloughs Custom Cycles out of Elkridge, MD. The gauges look great, and illustrate well what can be done with the space above the stereo. Thanks guys! (Check our "dealers" page for contact info)
This set illustrates what 16 inch Ape Hangers look like with the fairing. Notice that the fairing fits even though the handle bars are rotated just slightly forward of being in line with the forks.
David Hacker's stunning '08 Anniversary RK gets the full treatment in two tone with painted speaker grilles.
Another beautifull RK. This set of pics sent to us from Michael McCann. Mike had it painted by one of our dealers, Custom Performance, in Phoenix, AZ. Great looking bike Mike! (Check our "Dealers" page for Custom Performance contact info.
Thanks to Mike from Goldendale AZ for this set of pictures of his recently upgraded "Sundowner" Roadking Classic!
From the beautiful state of Massachusetts, Mike D sent us some pics of his bad ass Black Cherry Road King. Thanks Mike. I like the Ipod mount. Nice touch!
Steve Cooper sent these pictures of his Black Pearl RK. Steve decided to order our "Stereo Ready" model and add his own electronics including extra speakers that he mounted above the stereo. Good work Steve!
Thanks to RAM from HDforums.com for the above photos showing an example of how the area above the stereo can be used for gauges. Ram and I have traded many emails, he is very active on HDForums and we appreciate the positive feedback he's given about us on that forum. At his suggestion we're planning an ad for that forum soon. Thanks RAM!
The above photos were submitted by Keith Hauswirth. Keith's bike was painted by Darrin Meyer of 2 Wheel Tattoos Custom Paint in Britt, Iowa (515-341-4141) whom Keith recommends to those in the area.
Thanks to Chuck Arnold for the above photos and the following message: got the fairing and had it painted to match the 2000 roadking classic, and as you can see it looks GREAT!!!!!! you folks really have a great product all around. couldn't be happier!! everything ya'll said about the faring and the radio is even better than I expected. thanks so much. and don't worry everyone will know where it came from and how happy I am with it. thanks again chuck arnold clayton ga.
Subtle flames on a Black Road King never looked better when coupled with our Dead Center Fairing and Smoothies Saddlebags.
Bill sent us this set of his Road King adorned with our Dead Center Fairing and a custom paint job. Thanks Bill!
Billy Long sent us these photos of his 2013 CVO Road King. Our painter was able to do a nice match on the fairing for the Burgundy Blaze with Hot Fusion Graphics paint.
Thanks to Azizan Ahmad for sending pics of his Road King all the way from Malaysia! Glad to know that the fairing made it there safely. With a little bit of research we can generally figure out the international shipping - but Malaysia was one of the more challenging ones!
Jeff Shem of Sonoma County Harley-Davidson sent in some great pics of customer Mike Stahl's Freewheeler. Looks great! Thanks Jeff and Mike! Note: this fairing is unpainted, in the black gel-coat finish.
We recently had a fairing painted to match the 2014 Road King CVO colors for customer Mike Klatt. We haven't received photos of it on the bike yet, but love this paint job. It's one of our favorite designs out of all the one's we've done over the years.
Customer Bryce Randall sent us these pics and the following information about the bike. What a great story! This is one of the neatest things I've been involved in since starting this business and I love being able to share it here - really cool! From Bryce: "My Dad was a B-17 pilot in WWII and flew 35 missions out of Kimbolton England. I did the bike as a tribute to him and got it done before he passed away one week after his 90th birthday. The name of his plane was Stormy Weather (on the gas tank) and Bugs Bunny saying, "Let's get the Hell outta here Doc", was the nose art (on the side bags). The bike has 124,000 miles on it."
Thanks to Randy Kramer for these pictures of his immaculate yellow, flamed Heritage. Sporting the Dead Center Fairing with painted grilles. I especially like the shot in front of the Grand Teitons!
Thanks to Harold Murray for sending in pics of his Heritage Softail, including before/after shots with bare bike, bike with windshield, and bike with fairing.
What a great looking bike. Certainly one of the cleanest Deluxes we have seen. Janet decided to go for an Ultra style paint job instead of our usual two tone. Brilliant move if you ask me! Thank you Janet.
Look out for Larry's "Rebel Hawk! A custom deluxe set up courtesy of Combs Custom Cycle in Lawrence Kansas. You can find Combs contact info by selecting the "Dealers" tab at the top of this page.
We love it when customers stop by the booth to show off their bikes at the rallies. Here's a beautiful red Deluxe that came by the booth at Arizona Bike Week.
Nothing like a few shots in the park. I prefer Tequila (Bah, dump, pishh) but this head turning Fatboy will have to do. Thanks for the pics D.P.!
This is the bike that Mark built. That's right, Jack is way too busy building houses leaving space in the bike building arena up to those like Mark Vasquez of Chilz Wrench in Hollister, CA. Thanks for the pics of this unbelievable Softail Mark and Colleen! (Check our "Dealers" Page for contact info.)
Here is an example of a custom paint job request we were able to do for Richard Courtney's Fat Boy. He wanted it similar to a Custom Chrome show bike and we were able to do it for him. Great idea Richard - looks good!
We had the pleasure of installing our Dead Center Fairing on this amazing Switchback after it was beautifully painted by Pam and Gene of Big Fatys fame. Stunner.
Loving the digital gauge and switches added to this beautiful Roadstar. The custom touches really bring the fairing to the next level. Great work John!
With the Dead Center Fairing and vintage hotrod styling, Andre's done an impeccable job of making his Roadstar stand out from the pack. and what better to compliment a bad ass bike? A Couple of Rotweilers of course!
This Sick Star won 3rd in its class at the Arlen Ness show in California. A great example of a transformed Road Star.
As seen in Easyriders V-Twin magazine, this killer Victory boasts an array of custom parts hand picked by Big Joe, owner of Kewl Metal. Most notably, Kewl Metal's very own extended front end coupled with our Dead Center Fairing. (We think they make an excelent pair!). Based in Prescott, Arizona Kewl Metal has rapidly become the go-to source for the Victory aftermarket.
Just a sampling of customers from various rallies. The first (upper left) being a meticulously owned RK Trike, followed by a Deluxe sporting an unpainted fairing, and rounded out by a fleet of RK's. Thanks to all of those that allowed us to snap your picture before hittin' the road!
Here are a couple of examples, from Sturgis, of what an 100th Anniversary bike looks like with a fairing painted a solid color WITHOUT the Anniversary stripe. A closer look at the middle picture reveals HD accessories including wings and chrome windshield trim.
Combs swings by the booth in Sturgis with their radical Softail boasting a set of Smoothies Saddlebags. Whoa!